Benjamin Evett

Actor, Director
* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States
Benjamin Evett (he/him/his) is an internationally recognized actor, director, and producer. He is the Artistic Director of Queen Mab – a Micro-Theatre. He won Boston’s Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Solo Performance for Albatross in 2015. He was a member of the American Repertory Theatre Resident Acting Company in Cambridge from 1993 to 2003, appearing in over fifty productions. He was Founding Artistic Director of The Actors’ Shakespeare Project, playing Hamlet, Coriolanus, Petruchio, Edmund and Caliban. He has appeared with the New Repertory Theatre, the Huntington Theatre, Gloucester Stage Company, the Poets’ Theatre, the Arizona Theatre Company, the San Jose Rep, the Virginia Stage Company, the Missouri Rep, the Alley Theatre, and the Cleveland Play House, among others. Internationally, he has performed in Moscow, Taipei, Paris, Venice, and Madrid. Ben studied at Harvard and the ART Institute, and currently lives in Arlington with his wife, two sons and a dog.

Productions at New Rep

Production Role
1776
John Adams
THE BAKELITE MASTERPIECE
Han van Meegeren
GOOD
Eichmann, Bouller
BROKEN GLASS
Harry Hyman
ASSASSINS
Proprietor
INDULGENCES
Salesman
CHERRY DOCS
Danny
AMADEUS
Antonio Salieri
ON THE VERGE
Arthur
CAMELOT
Arthur